About Us

What We Do

CancerLinQ® delivers valuable insights and tools to improve patient care by collecting and analyzing real-world cancer care data from healthcare IT systems across the country. As a non-profit subsidiary of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), CancerLinQ LLC is the only non-profit, physician-led big data analytics platform for cancer in the United States. The CancerLinQ database reflects cancer care in all its real-world variability – allowing clinicians to learn from the experience of every patient.

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CancerLinQ collects, organizes, cleans, structures, and analyzes real-world cancer care data from multiple healthcare IT systems and practices across the United States.
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CancerLinQ creates a rich source of insights from patients across the United States by standardizing real-world EHR data and other data resources, extracting valuable content from unstructured notes, documents, and reports.
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CancerLinQ delivers data and tools to help physicians, researchers, regulators, and others who are working to improve patient care.
Shaping the future of cancer care through data-driven innovation.

The CancerLinQ Difference

CancerLinQ has built a community of learning across different platforms, disciplines, and skillsets, to enable improvements in care that can reach patients everywhere. CancerLinQ collaborates with medical organizations, patient advocates, government agencies, health care companies, and others to share and constantly improve data, technology, and insights. 

Leadership & Advisory Committees

Sponsors and Collaborators

Foundations, corporations, and individual donors have expressed their confidence in our vision through financial support. Visit Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation to see a current list of CancerLinQ major supporters.

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Participating Health Organizations

Since its launch in 2014, the CancerLinQ network has rapidly grown from a foundational group of Vanguard Practices to a national coalition of organizations across the cancer care continuum, including large institutions, community practices, safety net hospitals, and academic medical centers. These participating organizations provide CancerLinQ with diverse data that represent the spectrum of practice settings, encompass all cancer types, and real-world variability in patient age, race, and ethnicity. Click here to see a map view of the CancerLinQ network.